11:00AM, Sunday 11 September 2016
A group dedicated to providing advice and training opportunities for young people launched a hub in the Nicholsons Centre on Wednesday.
Elevate Me, which is run by the Royal Borough, opened The Hub with Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead Sayonara Luxton doing the honours.
It will help young people not in education, employment or training with CV and career advice.
The mayor and council staff were joined by young people on its apprenticeship schemes who have been helped by Elevate Me.
EU funding was secured by the group before the EU referendum, and the council agreed to match however much money it received.
Joanne Horton, the service manager of Elevate Me, said: "It was great to bring all of the young people we have worked with.
"The funding allows us to work with full-time students.
"We welcome anyone. It is quite an exciting opportunity for us."
The hub is open 9am to 5pm on weekdays.
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